When you really think about it, the name 'Mississauga' sounds pretty cool.
Streetsville is pretty quaint and even fairly modern right now, but it’s got a ton of history (which probably doesn’t surprise anyone), 
In 1974 the biggest mall in Canada at the time Square One in Mississauga opened its doors to 160 retailers.
Check out these incredible aerial shots of the Port Credit, Mississauga Valleys and City Centre from the early 1970s.
insauga.com got a hold of the Strategic Plans for Mississauga and City Centre area, dated 1975.The series of documents outlines the state of Mississauga in 1975 including how they planned to develop Mississauga into the future which would be our present day.
The Mississauga of 2020 looks nothing like the Mississauga of 2000—let alone 1969.
Recreational and leisure activities have always played an important role in our community.
Were it not for the population growth in what's now Mississauga, this website might have been named something else. Why?
The story of Erindale Village begins in 1822 when a block of land, known as the Racey Tract, was opened for settlement under the direction of Thomas Racey, a crown agent.
Development started over 50 years ago in the late 1960s when the McLaughlin Group began to purchase the surrounding farmland, namely the Hodges, Hepton, McCauley and Davidson fa